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Larry Marsh grew up in Gainesville, graduating from Eastside High School and then from the University of Florida with his undergraduate and law degrees. Larry has been practicing tax law in Florida for more than 25 years, since he graduated with his masters in tax law from the University of Florida in 1982, and has been board-certified in tax law by the Florida Bar since 1989.
Larry has extensive experience representing clients in buying and selling businesses as well as in organizing and forming corporations, partnerships and limited liability companies. He also is experienced in the areas of qualified retirement plans and non-qualified deferred compensation. Larry is very familiar with the federal tax laws applying to tax-exempt organizations as well. He formed and was general counsel for the United Way Foundation of Volusia and Flagler Counties and the Daytona Beach Community Foundation.
Estate planning has long been a specialty of Larry’s practice. He has worked with many clients to minimize their families’ future estate tax liabilities, and through the use of tools such as wills, revocable trusts, charitable remainder trusts and irrevocable life insurance trusts. In particular, Larry’s practice has focused on estate planning for closely-held business owners, including business succession planning, buy-sell arrangements and the formation of family-limited partnerships and limited liability companies for estate and tax planning purposes, as well as for asset protection purposes.
Prior to founding Brashear, Marsh & Assoc, PL, Larry was a partner with Cobb Cole in Daytona Beach from 1988 to 2004, and still maintains an of-counsel relationship with that firm. He has also been of counsel to Brashear & Assoc., P.L. since 2004.
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